This course is presented in partnership with Energy Efficiency Alberta. Energy Efficiency Alberta will cover the full cost of the program for residents of Alberta.
In this workshop drawing from Natural Resources Canada’s Dollars to $ense training material, our experienced trainer will provide a high-level overview of energy efficiency (EE) and energy management and, most importantly, how it can benefit your organization in the short term. You will discover a straightforward, seven-step approach to energy savings which can be applied in industrial, commercial or institutional buildings. Interactive activities will help you understand and apply the concepts presented on topics such as lighting, motors, fans, pumps and more. This workshop is a great introduction to the money saving world of EE and will help you see the opportunities that can be funded by Energy Efficiency Alberta’s various programs.
Please note that this interactive workshop is limited to 25 participants.
8:30 am: Opening Remarks and Introductions
- Introduction to Energy Management
- Energy Fundamentals
- 7 Steps to Energy Savings
Mid day: Lunch
- Energy Savings Opportunities (including Lighting, Motors, Fans, Pumps, Controls, Heating, Cooling and Heat Recovery)
- Tips for Energy Savings Calculations
- Intro to Recommissioning (RCx)
- Intro to Energy Monitoring
4:30 pm: Wrap Up
Breaks included, morning and afternoon
Robert has focused his 25-year career in the energy management field, supporting organizations in applying a holistic approach to energy management. He has developed high level Energy Action Plans, carried out Energy Management Assessments, determined energy management opportunities, designed building upgrades of HVAC and lighting systems, and acted as an Energy Coach to support and sustain organizational Energy Management programs. Robert’s expertise also includes behaviour and awareness program development and program delivery, MT&R (Monitoring, Targeting and Reporting) analysis, and he is well known as an energetic workshop facilitator for energy management.
Since 1999, Robert has been carrying out training sessions from Natural Resources Canada’s D2$ energy management workshop series. Robert has delivered over 235 days of training for NRCan Dollars to $ense program.